Labor Time provides a simple way to keep track of labor contractions. Beta tested during my daughter's birth, Labor Time proved very useful during my wife's labor.
Labor Time consists of three tabs: a summary of the overall labor, the timer, and a contraction history with edit functionality.
The most important tab is the timer itself. It not only allows you to start and stop the contraction timer, but also, shows an estimated time to the next contraction so that you can be prepared for the next one.
The history tab shows all the captured contractions and allows for easy editing of the start time, duration, intensity and notes. If you captured a contraction in error, you can delete it.
The summary tab allows you to see see the averages for the total labor duration, the last 30 minutes, the last 1 hour, and the last 3 hours. This allows you to easily see the trends in the progression of the labor.
Once the baby is finally delivered (or you're inevitably too busy to keep track of contractions), you can easily finish the labor with a push of a button and then review the captured data if you want to relive the experience.
If you want to share the data, Labor Time can construct a comma separated file (CSV) of the data that you can email to yourself or others.